Dan Can presentation

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Presentation showing some of the impacts my creation Dan Can the Super Recycler had over a 12 month period.

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Dan Can presentation

  1. 1. DAN CAN the Super Recycler
  2. 2. Ben Payne Communications Officer Torfaen County Borough Council
  3. 3. Meet the characters: Dan Can Billy Bottle Candy Carton/ Queen Green Plastic Bagator Polly Steyrene Battery Acid Bob
  4. 4. <ul><li>- Gets the message across </li></ul><ul><li>maintain audience attention </li></ul><ul><li>unique </li></ul><ul><li>attractive & fun </li></ul><ul><li>- effective </li></ul>Creating a superhero:
  5. 5. Creating a superhero: the Heroes
  6. 6. Creating a superhero: the Villains
  7. 7. Creating a superhero: the Comic Strip
  8. 8. Education and Events:
  9. 9. New look recycling lorries:
  10. 10. New look website:
  11. 11. Media coverage: Arnie following Dan on Twitter
  12. 12. Tubby the recycling dog:
  13. 13. Where’s Dan? Competition:
  14. 14. Are you a recycling superhero?: “ Dan Can is a highly visible symbol for recycling in Torfaen. He is a fun character, but he sends out a powerful yet simple message to our residents that, if Dan Can, then we all can.” Former Secretary of State for Wales and Torfaen MP, Paul Murphy “ Dan Can is fab, I’m a recycling superhero like him as I get my parents to recycle as much as possible.” Torfaen school pupil Evan Pearce, aged 6
  15. 15. Are you a recycling superhero?: “ Dan Can is a highly visible symbol for recycling in Torfaen. He is a fun character, but he sends out a powerful yet simple message to our residents that, if Dan Can, then we all can.” Former Secretary of State for Wales and Torfaen MP, Paul Murphy “ Dan Can is fab, I’m a recycling superhero like him as I get my parents to recycle as much as possible.” Torfaen school pupil Evan Pearce, aged 6

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